Imagine your Smartphone reminding, “You’ve not taken any deep breath in 30 minutes.” Yes, it’s all possible now by the use of this new wearable and probably the smartest wearable you’re ever going to use, SPIRE, this subtle stone looking device can be clipped in your belt or bra, and it measures and visualizes your breathing in real-time on its companion app. Not only breathing, it can also tell you if you’ve been sitting still too long or need to relax because your breaths are shallow.

Studies have shown that your body is intended to discharge 70% of its toxins through breathing. On the off chance that you are not breathing viably, you are not properly freeing your body of its toxins i.e. different frameworks in your body must work extra time which could in the end prompt to ailment. When you breathe out air from your body you discharge carbon dioxide that has been gone through from your bloodstream into your lungs. Carbon dioxide is a natural waste of your body’s metabolism.
We all know the importance of deep breathing and how it takes away the pain and yet, we don’t seem to be following things which can help. And, that is totally understandable. For, we don’t have much time to think about such little things. Anyways, who remembers to take deep breaths, we’ve got that file we got to finish by the end of the day. Or that deal we ought to close by the end of the day. And we won’t forget to do that for, we’ve set reminders, we’ve got smart gadgets and apps to take care of such things. SPIRE does the exact same thing for your breathing patterns and your physical activities.

SPIRE not only tracks your physical activities, but, also your breathing patterns and thus, helping you lead a healthier life by having a track on your body and mind. Because you can only correct things when you know what’s wrong with them.
What makes it even better is its ease in use. You just have to tuck it in your belt/bra and it will start sending data to its companion app over Bluetooth in real-time.
SPIRE tracks the frequency and magnitude of your breaths, as well as the ratio of inhales to exhales. This data is displayed on-screen with your exhales fogging up the glass with about a second delay. Just this simple graphic representation of something typically invisible can make you more mindful to breathe deeply. Stay focused, and the screen’s background goes from blue to purple, but will turn red if you’re stressed.
Apart from breathing, SPIRE can measure the number of steps you take, how vigorous your physical activity is, and whether you’re sitting, standing, or laying down. Sit for too long and Spire can notify you that you might want to stand up and stretch your legs. SPIRE can work for a week straight, on a single charge.